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    Default Re: Bad Morning sickness Vs None or Slight Morning Sickness

    Nausea with DS1 that disappeared around week 14.

    Violently ill with DS2. Throwing up 3 times/day,.unable to.keep anything down at all. Oh and it came back.in the last trimester.

    Everyone was convinced it was a girl. I never found out the gender but suspected it was a boy.

    But they were wrong! I was right

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    Default Bad Morning sickness Vs None or Slight Morning Sickness

    Child 1: little bit of nausea 8-10th week
    Child 2: was bed ridden with it right up to the 13th week absolutely horrific
    Child 3(current pregnancy): more like child 1 but nausea on and off not just between 8/10th week.

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    Default Re: Bad Morning sickness Vs None or Slight Morning Sickness

    Quote Originally Posted by futuremamma View Post
    Bad ms from 5 weeks to 15 weeks with regular vomiting - girl

    Now at 7 weeks with #2 and the ms is worse than last time. If there's any chance it gets worse with each pregnancy we will have to rethink having a third
    Oh I hadn't thought about that!!

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    Default Bad Morning sickness Vs None or Slight Morning Sickness

    Quote Originally Posted by Cat21 View Post
    Oh I hadn't thought about that!!
    Sorry!!!

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    I had no MS, only felt slight nausea every day and if I ate crackers or something I felt better. I had a beautiful boy

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    Default Bad Morning sickness Vs None or Slight Morning Sickness

    DS1: no morning sickness what so ever.
    DS2: constant nausea until about 13 weeks.

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    Default Bad Morning sickness Vs None or Slight Morning Sickness

    Was sick from 6 weeks to 18 weeks constant nausea and throwing up with my dd

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    Default Bad Morning sickness Vs None or Slight Morning Sickness

    At 10wks was hospitalised.. Lost 5kg and couldn't keep anything down (not even water).. Told I had Hyperemesis and was put on a drip then had to take 4-8mg zofran EVERY day till the day I had my beautiful baby girl!!

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    6 pregnancies, 3 boys, 3 girls, no morning sickness with any of them. Ever.

    I lost my appetite but was never sick or nauseaus.

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    DS: Violently ill from about 3 weeks to 40 weeks, the day I delivered him.

    Bub2: Currently 31+4, violently ill from week 6 or 7, still going. Don't know if it is a boy or girl as yet.


 

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